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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB PRINTING HERALD THE PLACE TO STAY Itei li UtlMy ft (to MU1'W! HEATERS WE HAVE ONLY A FEW LEFT 11 in. Bonny Oaks 13 8.00 15 11.00 17 14.00 Others at practically as Low -Prices "Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention" The HICK HARDWARE CO. REDP ATH STREET PHONE 62 P.O. BOX 670 The Store of Quality Everything reduced to cost in the PHONE 21 The Oof? OHIO! Store la the City i; SUNDAY'S NEEDS How about your stock of Stationery? We have a large stock to select from and at all prices. Then you will i-eed a New Bo ok or Magazines: We have all'the latest. 1 IsMwr Jest of Onion Bank 26i Agents for Underwood Typewriters. 11 I f 11 11 j r i 11 No Novices Here When you hand your pre- scription in "at our store for dispensing you may be sure; that no novice is going to compound it. The ability of our dispens- ers is proved by law, and there is no element of safety that we'overlook. ONmWEDjONES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our mle for nearly quarter of a cernnry. Please keep tbe Do- minion statule have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary -purchases 011 week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays are open from 10.3tHo.-lla.in. 12.30 to 1p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 5 30 to 9 p m. For otber urgent culls use Phone or IS'isht Bell tmii m CHEMISTS THE WEATHER. t Edmonton, fair .20 .36 Calgary, fair.......... .16 .23 j clear ......05, -14 .25 Med.', Hat, cloudy .04 .16 .32 low tempera- ture today and Sunday; light local snowfalls. Sig amateur competition after th regular performance at the Lyceum tonight. W. R; Dobbin will not return un til the 22nd month. Mrs. T.-Navin went back-to hei home in Calgary-this morning. W. C. Simmons leaves the city this tvening for St. Paul, jMinn-, and other points east. ilr. R. H. Roberts has' returnee from Okotoks Avhere he has been in- stalling- a flour mill.- v M-iclead Juniors defeated Leth bridge Kids in-a hockey match las night at ilacleon by 7 to 1. Possibly you hive decided you have aa automobile this year You know the advantage of sim plicity. In rnechanical construction and economy in gas and oil consump lion. These are features of The Ca dillac. We sell them. The 0. W Kerr Co., Whitney Block. j> llkerta Drug and Book Co, j Prescription Specialists J i. i. iiFiMyr. uTHBiiiOOt Your last opportunity to clever children at the Eureka to- night. Ibg? ir! THE BOARD THAT WALKS right into your good opinion is the one you get here. It -will work up so easily and perfectly into the use to -which you intend it. Tell us -what you propose to do, and we will sup- ply you with. THE BEST LUMBER FOR THE PURPOSE. We are just as particular to sell you the right lumber as good lumber. We So not send you rough boards for in- side- nor do we coax you to buy .fancy to fix up a hen -coop or a dog house. We supply you kind you ought to have whether you are'an expert oj not. Rogers-Cunnhigham Lumber Company Ld 23 tikd 123 CITY AND DISTRICT Don't miss Tom Marks In the Irish Emigrant at the Lyceum tonight. A. Rochon. has gone to Vic- toria where she will visit her daugh- ter, Urs, Danes for a month. Your last cftance to see these clever song and dance artists at the Eureka. Dr. W. JSTorman- of Tsbsr, is visit- ing in the city. E. Raney, from Minneapolis, is In the city on "business connected with" the Enterprise -Lumber Co. Big HOCKEY .MATCH Monday at. Lcthbridge. Puck faced at 3.15. Admission 25e. S. H.'vFagner came in from Bur- dett last- evening, and is staying in ihe city on business. Next Monday night at the Eureka, the Spalding Bros., comedy acrobats. S. R. Daniels, "of the Government Department of Telephones, is -visit- ing the city on. matters concerning this department. C. J. Eckstorm has almost recover- ed from to his ankle, and has discarded the use of crutches. Ask your friend" how he enjoyed trie show at the Eureka. 'Olan better than a sheep" will be Hev. William Reid's subject in the Baptist Church tomorrow evening at 7.30. -Forenoon subject, "Purchased with a" price." Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 o'clock. Everybody invited to attend those services.- Next week at the Lyceum Ken- daJI's Auto Girl, 5s she alive or me- chanical; Redwood and Gordon, sing- ers and instrumentalists; Ben Mor- ton, lightning clay modeler and car- toonist. OUGHT TO BE A LESSON. Jean La, Blanchez. was summonec and severely dealt with by Magis trate McDoagall this morning for breaking quarantine, leaving his house and mixing .with, the public after having been in direct contract with a ease of smallpox. It cannot be i.notra for some -weeks Tvhat, mis- chief has been done, lor the germs take some" time to incubate. The accused, in defence, stated that he had been obliged to leave the house but that he had taken every precau- tion in disinfecting himself, but this did not satisfy the justice, who fined Jean and costs of court, amount- ing to This should serve as sn. example. The offence is punishable by a heavier fine than that imposed by the magistrate, -but as the Medical Health Officer advocated leniency the tax "was only placed at 55. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION WORK WANTED. WORK middle- aged; disengaged; boardinghouse pre- ferred. Apply Herald Office. 24-6 Per Cent Off Business and Trades- men's Bank Books Clearing tbese out J, J. Johnston a Druggist -QUALITY TO comfortable fur- nished bedroom. Apply 422 Glyn St'. 24-6 D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M., -Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m., 7-8 p.m. You Never Saw" A Saw That Saws As Our Saws Saw Atkins Silver Steel Saws Co, "If Ycra Got of Town write TODAY STARTS THE WHI1MAR SALE Our Whitewear Stock is not as large as in some of the former years, but we must clean out -what have left over, and the bargains offered are altogether exceptional I Ladies' Night Gowns at Attractive Prices Ladies' Whits Nightgowns, plain cotton, with, tucked "yoke. Eegular 85c. Sale price.................60S Ladies White Cotton Night Gowns slip-over effect. Nicely trimmed on sleeves and neck. Reg. price Sale price Ladies fine Nainsook Nightgown, with lace yoke and elbow length, sleeves. Regular price Sale price Ladies' Fine Nainsook with ribbon and fine ojiality Torchon lace. Regular price Sale price I I Surprise Values in White Underskirts Ladies Fine White Cotton trimmed with 2 ruffles Torchon lace. Reg. Sale price jj Ladies Fine White Cotton "underskirt, with dust also deep Ions- flounce, set with insertion.. Reg. price 82.2-5. Sale Extra Fine Quality Nainsook Underskirt with deep flounce of embroidered flouncing. Reg. pn. I I 60c Corset Covers for 2Sc We have on hand about 50 corset covers ranging in price' -froia.40c to 60c and to clear will sell the lot 25C EACH. 1 Ladies'Drawers Greatly Reduced Cotton DrawerSf trimmed Tvith lace and embroidery. Beg. Sale price .........-......-...........450 Fine Quality-Cotton ruffles of lawn, tucked and trimmed with Torchon-lace. Reg. price Sale price Wo Fine Quality with fine Maltese lace, set with medallion open embroidery. Regular Sale 1 I HUDSON'S BAY CO. A-raeetir< of the Relief Committee will be held in St. Augustin's parish hall on Monday at 3.30. .All inter- ested in this work are incited to i come unite. A. Carruthers, of Winnipeg, head of the big hide and wool firm, which hits a branch here, has been taken to Ro- chester for an a "serious KEEP WARM Get a Pair of Our Felt-Lined Shoes NELSON GOW SACRIFICE SALE-Eight-Roomed Houic and Two Lots on Bartlett Street ALBERT E. IVES, St. Augustin's Hall GRAND AMATEUR PRODUCTION JUL Id J And Three Following Evenings The Darling O F: The Geishas A Comic Opera in Two Acts Book by 0. F. P. Cony- beare, Esq. Music by J. S. Chivers Beautiful Scenery Magnificent Costumes Produced under the direc- tion of E. A. Allen. Esq. Popular Prlces-SOc, 75c i Booking atHiginbothanrs Drug Store Bargain Lots on Coittts St., close Central School Each R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK THE DARLING OF THE GEISHAS. On Monday, January 18th and ihree following evenings, the Ama- teur Operatic and Dramatic Society, under the auspices of St. Monica's Guild, will -mate their debnt to the Lethbridge public ia a comic opera in two acts, "The Darling. of the Geishas." The whole is an entirely local production, the music having been composed "by the Rev. J. S. Chivers, the lyrics and- libretto writ- ten by C. F. P. Conybeare. The so- ciety presenting the opera- are 30 members strong, and no pains have been spared to make the production one of the finest yet witnessed in Lethbridge. The scene or the play is laid in that quaint and pictur- esque_land of Japa-a during- the .time of the ivar, and all the men axe at war but one, who is a maker of trincum trancum bricks. The Geisha girls, who have not seen a man-for all-fall in love with-the brickmaker and vie to outdo each obtaining his hand in .but he, being surrounded so much and beauty, cannot make a choice. In the sec- ond act Murasaki, a" Geisha, is disr coveted "making love to Havgoi, the brick president, by O Kara, San and the other 'Geishas, so infuriated are they that the poor brickmaker nearly oses his life by. all trying to. obtain possession of him. "But rescue is at hand from an unexpect- ed' quarter. Aio, an old Jiurse, jnishes 'n 'with the news that- an' English man-of-war is in "the bay, and that, the sailors are landing. Naogai and everything else is forgotten, the girls rushing- off to meet the sailors. jThen ensues great fun between the Geisha girls" and the British men-of-war's men, which ends in-the sailors-tak- ng them all. to England as their vives, leaving Naogai, the brickmak- er, to marry the old nurse- Aio. The whole production is full of pretty and clever business, and hould draw crowded houses during ts vrun. The product) on'is under the direction of E. -Allan Allen.' Snap Three lots on Weitmin- ster Road in block 95 each, terms Skeith TjIIey j; Phone 197 Whitney Block